How Do You Compare to CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice's Other Incoming Students?
Review the admissions stats from recent freshman classes to have a better understanding of your chances of being admitted to CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Below You'll Find:
What Admissions Statistics Mean for You?
Reviewing the admissions stats at CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice can help you determine your likelihood of acceptance. Take a look at the SAT and ACT scores of previous applicants to help you understand your chances of being accepted. If you find your scores are lower than the average freshman, try retaking the exam to better your score or reviewing colleges looking for scores matching your own.
Low acceptance rates and high selectivity means it could be difficult to be accepted at that college.
Selectivity (Fall 2017): Are You the Right Type of Student For This College?
Acceptance and Enrollment Stats (Fall 2017)
Additional Questions to Ask
- A college's selectivity gives us an idea of how rigorous the studies are, and how competitive the students are. However, not all students thrive in a competitive atmosphere, even if their grades are good. Does this college have the best learning environment for you?
What's the Male/Female Breakdown When it Comes to Admissions?
Freshman SAT Scores: Are Yours in the Green or Better?
These ranges represent the 25th to 75th percentile of those accepted. 95.0% of accepted freshmen submitted SAT scores.
NEW (2016) Freshman SAT Scores
Freshman ACT Scores
No incoming freshmen submitted ACT scores that were considered by CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice